Temperatures are discussed in this podcast episode. After all, we know what our audience wants. Lots of talk about being too hot or too cold. Afghans aren’t brought up, but they are a great way to keep you both warm and cold at the same time. We don’t know why we’re telling you this. Listen to the podcast already, dummy.
The “gentlemen” from the Shoddy Radio podcast join the Mustache Rangers this week playing the Beard Patrolmen. For those of you who didn’t see the live show the Mustache Rangers did that one time, the Beard Patrolmen are the greatest enemies of the Mustache Rangers.
Speaking of live shows, the Mustache Rangers will be performing their 250th podcast episode LIVE onstage and online on October 21st, 2012. If you live in Minneosta, go the Improv a Go-Go at HUGE Improv Theater to see the performance. If you live not where we just said, stay tuned for details on where you can stream the performance live!
Now, enjoy this current podcast episode!
We know what you’re thinking. Where have you been, Mustache Rangers? But you thought it with a real twinge of attitude, so we won’t answer you. Next time, when you think of something you might possibly ask, you had better check yourself before you Rex Urselph. Don’t know how that phrase became so popular. Anyway.
Imagination, or the lack of imagination, is the target of this podcast episode. Empty your mind as you listen in.
We know! You hate this podcast drought! But things have been busy are Mustache Rangers Central Command. There is a lot of theater going on. We think it is some kind of virus. A thespian virus. Don’t let any actors bite you.
Until a new show goes up, you can listen to Aric talk about how the Mustache Rangers podcast is made on the Seekrit Projekt podcast.
No, spell check. That’s how it’s spelled. Leave me alone.
Facebook is a giant waste of time, second only to listening to people tell stories you’ve already heard. If there were a way to monetize that, we’d be billionaires by now. But you can’t sell ad space in old stories.
The Mustache Rangers tell old stories in this podcast episode. Enjoy it in your own time and in your own way.
It may comes as quite a shock to you that advertisers bend the truth to get their products sold. Or, it may come as no shock at all. We can’t assume to know your educational background. Do you know what badminton is? Badminton looks like fun, but it is terrible. That’s what advertising does to you.
The Mustache Rangers discuss the perils of adverting in this comedy podcast of theirs. Eat it up with your ears. And enjoy a special guest message from Succotash, the Comedy Podcast Podcast.